Walking, bicycling, and urban landscapes: evidence from the San Francisco Bay area

Some claim that cardependent cities contribute to obesity by discouraging walking and bicycling. In this article, we use household activity data from the San Francisco region to study the links between urban environments and nonmotorized travel.
Robert Cervero and Michael Duncan
American Public Health Association
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